Tornadoes

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Tornadoes

  1. 1. Tornado<br />By: Rylan Weatherford<br />
  2. 2. What A tornado Looks Like<br />A tornado is a funnel shaped cloud that sometimes touches the ground.<br />Some tornadoes look alike and some look different.<br />Some tornadoes that form over water are called a waterspout.<br />Many tornadoes take can take apart a whole entire town.<br />
  3. 3. A few pics of tornadoes<br />
  4. 4. How are tornadoes formed?<br />A condensation funnel comes down the clouds and sometimes causes a huge destruction.<br />A tornado is the most destructive atmospheric storm.<br />A Supercell cloud is the type of cloud that a tornado is formed from.<br />An up draft of wind is one cause of a tornado.<br />
  5. 5. Characteristics of a tornado<br />A tornado can cause many different types of damage.<br />A tornado travels at on a very specific path.<br />They move with the storm cloud that is formed from.<br />A tornado is a funnel of swirling wind.<br />Tornadoes can be different colors depending on it’s surrounding. <br />
  6. 6. Factors of a tornado<br />Tornadoes are whirling wind that can get to dangerous speeds up to 400 mph.<br />A tornado can follow a thunderstorm. u<br />Lightning is a factors that makes a tornado even more dangerous.<br />Usually a tornado is I the mists of a severe thunderstorm.<br />Tornadoes usually happen during the summer and spring.<br />
  7. 7. The tornado of 1953<br />People say that it was the most noise that they have ever heard weather make.<br />This tornado took place in Michigan.<br />This tornado appeared out of nowhere during the darkness and rain.<br />This tornado struck about 8:30 that morning.<br />The tornado was 833 yards and 27 miles high.<br />
  8. 8. Where I got my information from<br />Google image search.<br />Google search.<br />Ask.com.<br />

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